The Planning Center's New Website Features Urban Planning Resources For Professionals
The Planning Center
LOS ANGELES - The Planning Center -- a planning and environmental consulting firm in Costa Mesa, CA -- has launched a new website at www.planningcenter.com . The site features information about the firm, client case studies, as well as an online resource center with a "Practical Guide" series of how-to articles of particular interest to urban and environmental planning professionals.
The Planning Center also sponsors, as part of its new website, www.schoolplanning.com as a resource for school facility planners in California. The online School Planning Information Center contains articles and guides on various topics affecting school facility planners throughout California.
Specializing in land planning, environmental studies and urban development, The Planning Center is a full-service firm with a broad range of clients. Its mission is to create better places, in collaboration with its clients, for people to live, work, learn and enjoy their lives. For more than 25 years, the firm has strived to provide unique and innovative solutions to difficult problems.
In addition to its focus on revitalization in developed communities, the firm's designers are on the cutting edge of new community design in the western United States and elsewhere. Environmental planners prepare documentation and analysis for projects including K-12 school siting. This work responds to the critical school housing need, which many feel is as pressing as the affordable housing shortage.
The firm's public planning work includes preparing General Plans for local jurisdictions ranging from the City of Anaheim, encompassing some of the most recognizable developed areas in the country, to the more rural Riverside County, engaged in some of the most innovative integrated land use, transportation and habitat planning in the country.
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Posted October 26, 2001
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